Doin quite a bit of research on boats. I'm fixin to pull the trigger on a new one. For many reasons I'm leanin toward a local dealer. All they have are Sundance boats. I'm pleased with what they have to offer,very pleased as a matter of fact. My only concern is attaching rod holders to a solid fiberglass boat that has no way of attachin a backing plate underneath. I've never had to attach somethin to a solid fiberglass boat. I'm curious as to what is the best method to do this. I'm well aware of measure twice and drill once. I just don't get a warm fuzzy feelin about doin this and not bein able to put a backin plate on the bolts. I can just see a nice Blue from the Potomac pullin down on my rod and me wavein "BYE BYE" to it. LOL! Do I wanna drill and sink a good rawl plug in there then attach the rod holder base and finish it off with a good marine epoxy? I don't know. I'm all ears. LOL! THANX!